Category Archives: HTML5

Adobe Takes an Open-Source Swing at Open Video

Adobe announced two open-source initiatives Tuesday, both of which are intended to make it easier for web publishers to create rich media web experiences based in Flash. The Open Source Media Framework (formerly code-named Strobe) is a set of components released under the Mozilla Public License that let developers build applications based around Flash video.… Read More »

Microsoft Wants to Separate the Canvas 2D API from HTML5

In an e-mail sent to the mailing list on Wednesday, Microsoft’s Eliot Graf proposedremoving the Canvas element, which is used to create complex vector animations in the browser without plug-ins, from the HTML5 specification. Graf also proposed launching a new, separate specification for the Canvas 2D API. His e-mail: In his mail describing why… Read More »